Company president and CEO also says he’s eyeing $5 million or $6 million for Super Bowl ads next year
TCA 2015: Bravo, E! and USA are among group’s many networks to adopt L+3 reporting
“The model as we all have known, it is changing,” A+E’s chief revenue officer tells TheWrap
CES 2015: Network CEO looks to Stephen Colbert and James Corden to “make a huge difference”
The Big Four believe that overnight numbers don’t really matter anymore — and they want the rest of the world to believe it too
William Morris Endeavor accepted Hugh Jackman’s philanthropic challenge
“Colbert Report” host will move only a few blocks east
Analysis: Microsoft wanted to make a splash by producing its own shows, but never got anything off the ground
TCA 2014: Goodell avoids yes-or-no question about whether anything’s wrong with football
Paramount chief Brad Grey wants to bring TV back to Paramount to insulate the studio from the lagging film industry
The winners celebrate, Les Moonves on "The Boss'" guitar and other top scenes from inside Grammy weekend's parties.
Also: How Clive Davis masters his ceremony and other things I learned at the center of the music universe.
"The devil is in the details," Moonves tells analysts after CBS releases its quarterly earnings
Nigel Lythgoe's compliment draws laughs as Charlie Sheen discovers he's not even the Twitter champ of FX
Will network sue? "I hope it doesn't come to that, but you never know"
Les Moonves — the "mack daddy behind this whole CBS phenomenon" — and his cohorts take a self-congratulatory tone at the network's upfront
CBS revenue and income increases from a year ago in first quarter and breezes past analysts' predictions
Despite shaky economy and poor stock performance media chief executives enjoyed healthy raises
Head of most-watched network earned 21 percent more than in 2010
Les Moonves, Jerry Bruckheimer are front-and-center for the Maxim bash, Snoop Dogg and Mark Cuban hit the pseudo beach and Katy Perry belts it out...
Philip Berk describes his meeting with Les Moonves as a cordial lunch, but CBS chief claims their Golden Globes talk was more serious
Top CBS exec was willing to pay $25 to $30 million a year for rights to the Golden Globes — significantly more than NBC paid
Dick Clark Production’s Mark Shapiro cops to bluffing — former NBC exec Marc Graboff also takes the stand
At a Hollywood Radio & TV Society luncheon, the CBS chief talks up the sitcom’s current cast and strong political campaign spending
In conference call with analysts, CEO Les Moonves was bullish about the streaming business
CBS president becomes rare executive to win PGA honor
Hollyblog: Since the Emmys came into existence in 1949, they had never been postponed or canceled until 2001 — in that year it happened twice